Jessica holds a double bachelors degree with distinction from RMIT Melbourne. Jessica has a special interest working with families, pregnant women, weekend warriors and also those more athletic. Jessica works knowing that the body is able to self heal and self regulate, and improving the health of the spine, nervous system and other areas create the ideal environment for the body to do it’s healing.
Regularly engaging in extra learning, Jessica is always wanting to learn more to be able to better look after her people. Jessica has completed the C4K Paediatric Program, various pregnancy seminars and Sacro-Occipital Technique seminars which she draws most of her practice from.
After seeing her parents adjusted from a young age, Jessica was the kid that always wanted a turn on the table. Safe to say she has been adjusted ever since and hence her love for family care as she has seen and felt the myriad of benefits Chiropractic had for her family growing up.
One of the many highlights of her career was being chosen to fly to India in 2017 to volunteer in regional India, looking after people who have never received health care before. A eye opening and humbling experience, this helped shape not only her work ethics but also personal ethics too.
In her time spent outside adjusting people, Jessica has a keen interest in anything that involves sports, spending time with family and playing netball for Montmorency FNC.